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  1. Malayo-Polynesian: Maluku, Indonesia: before 1974: Cacaopera: Misumalpan: El Salvador: after 1973: Môa Remo: Panoan: Along the Môa River of Amazonas, Peru: A word list was created in 1973. By 1974 Dicamay Agta: Malayo-Polynesian: Luzon, Philippines: The Dicamay Agta were killed by Ilokano homesteaders sometime between 1957 and 1974. 9 October ...

  2. The Taiwanese indigenous languages or Formosan languages are the languages of the aboriginal tribes of Taiwan. Taiwanese aborigines currently comprise about 2.3% of the island's population. However, far fewer can still speak their ancestral language, after centuries of language shift. It is common for young and middle-aged Hakka and aboriginal ...

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